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  • A buyer was found in London based businessman Neil Black and his sports management company.
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  • A number of FHA employees, along with a number of real estate firms and lawyers, were indicted for a scheme in which the value of cheap inner city homes was inflated and sold using those government-backed mortgages to black buyers who could not really afford them, and the government was stuck for the bad loans when owners defaulted.
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  • A public outcry ensued, prompting the museum to search for a local buyer.
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  • After Brazil sold Rio de Janeiro to the Ottoman Empire, Argentina began to actively seek a buyer for their two ships so the profits could be invested in education.
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  • After consulting with major educational buyers from around the country (including a follow-up meeting with Paul Berg), a tentative specification for the workstation was drawn up.
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  • After Rio de Janeiro was sold to the Ottoman Empire, the Argentine government bowed to popular demand and began to seek a buyer for their two dreadnoughts.
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  • Although prices had risen, money had not exchanged hands between buyers and sellers.
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  • Around half of the Abahuzamugambi membership attained the certification, which allowed the cooperative to look for serious buyers in the specialty markets of Europe and North America.
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  • Ashley comments that the story was unimpressive; it had been written as a palace intrigue set in contemporary Europe, but Burroughs had been unable to find a buyer.
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  • Because of its demand by collectors a large number of counterfeits exist made with base metal, and buyers should exercise caution when purchasing specimens.
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  • Buyers enjoyed a guarantee against latent defects; the transaction could be invalidated if the bought slave turned out to be crippled and the buyer had not been warned about it.
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  • Carthusian horses continue to be in demand in Spain, and buyers pay high prices for members of the strain.
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  • Depending on the size of the show, as many as several hundred potential buyers write their names on individual pieces of paper at his booth, and at a predetermined time a name is drawn.
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  • Edward Brodess tried to sell her, but could not find a buyer.
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  • Horses with long whorls down the neck are called devman and considered lucky, while horses with whorls below their eyes are called anusudhal and are unpopular with buyers.
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  • However, they made clear that any prospective buyer would have to invest heavily in the squad, with regards to team improving.
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  • If buyers are only able to purchase the diamond mounted, so that buyers are unable to fully inspect the product, or if the diamond comes without a full GIA lab grading report, or a written guarantee that it was sourced from a legitimate supplier, these are other indicators of a lower valued diamond.
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  • In 1969, Yaras' Sapphire Village, Inc. created the Sapphire Village, a nearby homesite development offering buyers limited mining rights to gather their own sapphires with hand tools.
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  • In order to give the impression that the primates are tame and appropriate pets for children, to protect people from their potentially toxic bite, or to deceive buyers into thinking the animal is a baby, animal dealers either pull the front teeth with pliers or wire cutters or they cut them off with nail cutters.
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  • In the course of his researches the baron had contacted the current Duke of Frías, who had supplied useful information, and then initially congratulated the buyer on his purchase.
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  • In various ads, the man would appear as fashion photographer (in a fashion shoot) or fashion buyer (at a fashion show).
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  • It is unclear if Phan himself went to Thailand, but a young female supporter named Co Tam was his designated arms buyer in Tha Uthen, which boasted a substantial expatriate Vietnamese community.
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  • Many buyers avoid outlets known to be clearing houses for animals culled from healthy flocks as either sick or simply inferior.
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  • Many Canadian farmers were unable to find buyers for their wheat; the PC party promised generous cash advances on unsold wheat and promised a protectionist policy regarding foreign agricultural products.
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  • Microsoft responded by launching an investigation and threatening to ban any players on Xbox Live playing ODST before its official release; Xbox lead manager Stephen Toulouse later clarified that they would not ban legitimate buyers.
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  • On October 29, 1998 it was sold at auction to an anonymous buyer for $2 million at Christie's in New York.
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  • Others argue that it is more likely that these reflected the faith of the manufacturers in Egypt rather than the buyers in Nubia.
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  • Paris was the centre of production for the great numbers of joyaux, secular and religious, produced for the extended Valois royal family and other buyers.
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